Dr Carody Culver, Editor

Dr Carody Culver is a writer and editor with experience in magazine, academic, creative, and corporate writing and editing. She’s worked on projects for organisations that include the State Library of Queensland, the Supreme Court Library of Queensland, Queensland Poetry Festival and Broadsheet. She's been a contributing editor for Peppermint magazine and her writing has appeared in Kill Your Darlings, The Lifted Brow, Junkee, The Toast and others. Her chapbook, The Morgue I Think The Deader It Gets, was published by Cordite in 2022, and she's been a featured Australian poet on the Best American Poetry blog. She has a Bachelor of English Language and Literature from King’s College London, a Graduate Diploma in Writing, Editing and Publishing from the University of Queensland and a PhD in Literary and Cultural Studies, also from UQ.




John Tague, Managing Editor

John Tague worked as a journalist for twenty-five years in London, contributing to the Independent on Sunday, BBC Radio Four, The Times Literary Supplement and the NME among many others. In Australia he worked for Australian Associated Press and the ABC before joining Griffith Review. John has a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in English Literature and Language from the University of Leeds and an MA (Modern Literature: Studies in Fiction) from the University of East Anglia.




Emma Reason, Marketing and Events Co-ordinator

Emma Reason has more than twenty years experience supporting the delivery of activations and corporate hospitality at various major international events including London 2012 Olympics, the 1999 and 2003 Rugby World Cups, Melbourne Grand Prix and Dubai Jazz Festival. Emma is soon to complete a Master of Business (Marketing) from Griffith University.




Esha Buch, Business Development Co-ordinator

Esha Buch has a Bachelor of Communication majoring in Marketing and Management from Griffith University. She manages sales and distribution of Griffith Review to the internal and external stakeholders and coordinates business activities and administrative tasks to advance the operations of Griffith Review.

Julianne Schultz AM FAHA Founder

Professor Julianne Schultz AM FAHA is the publisher and founding editor of Griffith Review and Professor of Media and Culture in of the Griffith University Centre for Social and Cultural Research. She is a non executive director of The Conversation and chairs its Editorial Advisory Board. She is an acclaimed author of several books, including Reviving the Fourth Estate (Cambridge) and Steel City Blues (Penguin), and the librettos to the award-winning operas Black River and Going Into Shadows. She became a Member of the Order of Australia for services to journalism and the community in 2009 and an honorary fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities the following year. She is a thought leader on media and culture and an accomplished public speaker and facilitator. She has served on the board of directors of the ABC, Grattan Institute and Copyright Agency, and chaired the Australian Film TV and Radio School, Queensland Design Council and National Cultural Policy Reference Group and a member of advisory boards with a particular focus on education, journalism, innovation and culture.




Ashley Hay, Former Editor (editions 62 to 77)

Dr Ashley Hay is a former literary editor of The Bulletin, and a prize-winning author who has published three novels and four books of narrative non-fiction. Her work has won several awards, including the 2013 Colin Roderick Prize and the People’s Choice Award in the 2014 NSW Premier’s Prize. She has also been longlisted for the Miles Franklin and the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, and shortlisted for prizes including the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize and the Kibble. In 2014, she edited the anthology Best Australian Science Writing.

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